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Miami Dolphins waiving former first-rounder Isaiah Wilson less than two weeks after trading for him

Joe Schad, Palm Beach Post
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The Miami Dolphins will be cutting offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson, less than two weeks after acquiring him from the Tennessee Titans.

Wilson was drafted by Tennessee in the first round last year. But his stay with the Titans was doomed by acts of immaturity.

The Dolphins will still swap future seventh-round picks with the Titans, but it won't cost the club any money. Miami quickly determined Wilson wasn't focused or on track.

Wilson recently posted a series of videos on Instagram in which he was dancing shirtless on a car. Wilson, 22, fell out of favor in Tennessee after a series of erratic off-field events.

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The Dolphins had hoped that Wilson would embrace the opportunity given by the Dolphins organization, but it didn't happen. Wilson had coincidentally attended the same Brooklyn high school as coach Brian Flores.

The offensive tackles on the Dolphins roster as of now include: Austin Jackson, Robert Hunt, Jesse Davis and Adam Pankey.

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Post: Dolphins waiving Isaiah Wilson two weeks after trade with Titans